Graduating [verb]

Definition of Graduating:

complete education, pursuit

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Sentence/Example of Graduating:

They want to sail around the world after graduating from college.

Still, only 57% of students learning English at York graduate within four years, according to state records from the 2018-2019 school year.

Clark recruited Ethiopia’s Berhane Asfaw to Berkeley’s graduate anthropology program, the first of a series of Ethiopians the Ardi team trained as paleoanthropologists.

Kra, 54, has grown from an uncertain graduate student into a mathematician at the top of her field.

Mark Van Raamsdonk remembers the beginning of the first class he took on quantum field theory as a Princeton University graduate student.

The younger siblings, though, graduated from high school in El Paso, speak Spanglish and have a split identity between both countries.

He has coauthored commentary on technology policy in the Wall Street Journal, and he was previously a graduate researcher at the UC Berkeley AI Security Initiative.

He was a 1968 graduate of the University of Minnesota and a 1973 graduate of George Washington University law school.

Kelly Butterfield, a Florida graduate, hadn’t missed the game since 1988.

Relatives said Weems was a graduate of Ohio State University who had recently moved from Columbus back to Akron to be closer to her family and run a day care operation from her residence.